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Senior Week Outing Day – Tuesday, May 20th: $28

Price includes: transportation, picnic food for the duration of the afternoon, swimming and other outdoor activities


Senior Week Semi-Formal – Thursday, May 22nd: $42

Price includes: transportation, 4-course dinner with choice of entrée, and dancing

(Entrées: Grilled Salmon, Grilled Chicken Breast, Vegetarian Penne Pasta with Veggies, or Vegan Meal option)



Senior Week event tickets will be on sale Tuesday, April 15th until Wednesday, May 14th.

Limited Guest Passes for Senior Week are also available from April 15th until May 14th on a first-come basis.


Tickets will be available at the Box Office.

Box Office Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4:30pm.

*Students will need to buy tickets in person with their Wesleyan IDs.


Please note: If you purchased a full spring pass in February, your pass includes these two events.

We will contact you shortly about your meal choice for the Semi-Formal.


If you have any questions or concerns, email us at wesleyansco@gmail.com!!!


We hope to see you all there to celebrate our last week together!
Senior Class Officers
Oladoyin Oladapo, Jalen Alexander, Mary Diaz, and Alecia Ng

Please join us for the Celebration of Science Theses on Friday April 18th, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, in the Exley Science lobby

Honors and MA students from the NSM Division will present posters on their research to the Wesleyan Community.

Ah, Spring, when a young student’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of research papers! We in the library know you are all impatiently excited to delve deeply into your topics. But before you can dive into a bunch of fascinating articles, books, recordings, etc., you have to find them. And the library has literally [and I mean ‘literally’ literally, not figuratively] hundreds of indexes, databases, and other resources for finding articles, etc. So, to help you save time tracking stuff down so you can spend more time working on your actual papers, you can sign up for a Personal Research Session with a librarian to quickly find everything you need to finish your projects.

Go to http://www.wesleyan.edu/libr/howdoi/makeanappointment.html (or look for the link on the library’s home page at http://www.wesleyan.edu/libr), tell us what you are working on and when you can meet one of us, and we will make a list of appropriate resources and show you how to use them effectively.


 – Kendall Hobbs, Library Instruction Coordinator

The GLASS (Gay, Lesbian, and Sexuality Studies) Prize is awarded for the best research and writing on a subject in queer, trans, LGBT, or sexuality studies.

The prize is open to Wesleyan undergraduate students in all classes; senior essays and theses are preferred. The award includes no cash benefit, but the winner’s name will be published in the 2014 Commencement booklet.

Entries must be submitted in hard copy by 4pm on April 14 to the Center for the Americas (look for the bin labeled “GLASS Prize” in the downstairs hallway).

If you have any questions, please contact the GLASS Prize chair, Margot Weiss (mdweiss@wesleyan.edu).


Margot Weiss, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of American Studies and Anthropology Wesleyan University Center for the Americas, Room 211 Make an appointment: https://calendly.com/margot-weiss http://margotweiss.com/

Broad Street Books

The Wesleyan University Bookstore

45 Broad Street

Middletown, CT 06457


Congratulations on your achievements!  The 2014 Commencement season is approaching soon and it is time to start thinking about purchasing your graduation items such as caps, gowns and class rings.  All these items can be purchased through Broad Street Books, your local university store.

You can purchase your caps and gowns beginning April 1, 2014.  Class rings can be ordered anytime.  To ensure that you will obtain the correct size and fit for your graduation regalia, we recommend that you purchase your items early because some sizes sell more quickly than others do.  If you are unable to pick up your regalia at the bookstore, we will be glad to have it shipped to you.  Contact Broad Street Books to place your order and provide shipping information.  Payment will be due at the time of ordering.  A shipping and handling fee will be applied to your purchase total.

Prices for the Graduation regalia are listed below.  Please note that these prices do not reflect sales tax and that all graduation regalia are non-refundable.

  • Undergrad/ Bachelor: $39 (price includes cap & gown)
  • Master’s Unit:$69.00 (price includes hood)
  • Doctoral Unit:$130 (price includes hood & tams)
  • Tassels: $5.00

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (860) 685-7323(860) 685-7323 and ask for Erin Ricker or Don Dantzler.  Our store hours are Monday –Friday 9 am-8 pm and Saturday and Sunday 9 am – 5 pm.

Thank you and again congratulation on your well deserved honor.



Don Dantzler

Store Manager

Broad Street Books

Wesleyan University Bookstore & Café

Wesleyan University, April 12th, 2014 W,

HY: Much of the conversation around climate change is dominated by the narrative of “doom-and-gloom.” We believe it is time to focus on solutions in order to move towards climate justice. The focus on the right kinds of solutions from a myriad of perspectives can help put us on the path towards a better future. Rather than continuing to talk about the forms of energy, societies, or policies we don’t want, this will be an opportunity to foster dialogues about the better future we envision.

WHAT: The conference will have panels focused on solutions to our climate and energy challenges (from campaign strategy, policy, and technological perspectives), the co-benefits of climate action (from labor, social justice, business, and national security perspectives), and on-the-ground accounts of solutions in action. The focus will be both national and local in scope. In addition to panels, conference participants will break out into action-oriented workshops in between sessions. We want this conference to serve as a platform for people to get organized around climate action—not just talk about it.

KEYNOTE: David Foster, Executive Director of the BlueGreen Alliance

WHEN: Saturday, April 12th, 2014 8:30am – 5pm WHERE: Wesleyan University, Exley Science Center 265 Church Street Middletown, CT 06457

REGISTER: Registration is free! Register online here by March 31st to reserve your space. For more info: contact info@usclimateplan.org or visit http://www.usclimateplan.org/#!conference/cpsh About Wesleyan: Wesleyan University has a history of hosting well attended, effective, high level conferences of this nature. Every year in the fall, it hosts the “Where on Earth are We Going?” symposium and in 2010, it hosted the Pricing Carbon Conference which had around 550 attendees and 33,000 live-streaming hits from all around the world. This conference is shaping up to be equally as exciting, and we hope that you will join us to make it so.

CONVENERS: College of the Environment, Wesleyan University; Earth and Environmental Sciences Department, Wesleyan University; Middlesex Community College; The Rockfall Foundation; U.S. Climate Plan; Wesleyan Climate Ambassadors; Wesleyan Sustainability Office

Learn more about Graduate Liberal Studies at Wesleyan

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 – 6:30pm

74 Wyllys Avenue, Middletown (white house past Admissions)

Graduate Liberal Studies at Wesleyan is an opportunity for you to earn your MA in just one or two years, depending on the pace you set for yourself, while studying with your favorite professors and continuing to enjoy the best of what Wesleyan has to offer. Join us on Wednesday, March 5 at 6:30 to learn more about degree applications and financial aid. The next deadline for submitting degree applications and financial aid applications is April 14, 2014. We’ll meet at 74 Wyllys Avenue – the white building just past Admissions. Call us at (860) 685-2900(860) 685-2900 or email masters@wesleyan.edu to learn more. 





It is university policy that seniors cannot charge to their student account after classes end for the spring semester.  Seniors with private insurance who receive “in-house” services with a fee (see below) at the Davison Health Center (DHC) will have charges go directly to their student account from March 3 to May 7.  Private insurance will not be billed for these specific services during this time since reimbursement claims may not arrive for reconciliation by graduation.  After May 7 seniors will need to pay cash or check for in-house services as done in past years. Visits will continue to be billed directly to insurance until the end of the semester. Please note: This policy does not apply to students with Gallagher Koster student insurance.

Laboratory testing sent to directly to Quest or Lab Corp will continue to be billed through private and student insurance for the duration of the semester. 

Students with private insurance who would like to file their own claim for reimbursement should ask for a statement of services rendered for in-house testing.

Please speak with your DHC healthcare provider at the time of visit if you have any questions.  Please note that all charges to student accounts are recorded as miscellaneous health center fees.

In-House Charges:

Mono Test = $10
Strep Test = $10
Urine Pregnancy = $10
Urine dipstick = $9
Allergy Shots = $10
Immunizations = $10-$70+

Here is the url for more information:  http://www.wesleyan.edu/healthservices/insurance/Insurance%20Billing.html



 To:   Candidates for Bachelor of Arts Degree

From:  Rosie Villard, Administrative Assistant IV, Registrar’s Office


To ensure that your full legal name is spelled correctly on your diploma, we are asking you to confirm your diploma name.  Please confirm your name as soon as possible.


In your portfolio under Enrollment Status click on Diploma Names.  The name that we currently have on file will be displayed on this page.  If your name is correct, please click on Confirm/Update button at the bottom of the page.  If your name is not correct, please make any necessary corrections before selecting the Confirm/Update button.


Please note that you will only be able to update your name once per day – if you confirm your name in error, you will need to return to the page the following day to make any corrections.


If your name contains special characters or accents, please confirm the spelling of your name without the characters or accents.  In order to make sure that the special characters or accents appear correctly on your diploma, you will be asked to link to the Special Character Diploma Name Confirmation form and send it to the Registrar’s Office.


To make a correction to your legal name for all other university records, you will need to bring a form of legal identification (birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, or legal name change document if your name has been legally changed) to the Registrar’s Office.



Do you like to write and work with writers? Are you interested in teaching or arts administration? Would you like to begin your post-graduate career with a prestigious fellowship? If so, apply to be a Ford Fellow or Kim-Frank Fellow in the Writing Programs next year!


The Writing Programs Fellowships, awarded to graduating seniors at Wesleyan, are prestigious one-year, post-graduate positions. The Fellows work closely with Prof. Anne Greene, Director of Writing Programs, and play a central role in Writing Program development, helping to design new services and events, advertise programs, and develop web sites and online services.


The Fellows also have graduate student status and are eligible to take two academic courses, conduct research, and work collaboratively with faculty members.


Previous Fellows have been admitted to their first choice of graduate and professional schools (including recently Yale, Princeton, and the MFA program at Iowa) and been hired promptly for jobs in publishing, teaching, journalism, law, business and other fields.


Ford Fellowship in the Writing Programs:

In his/her administrative role, the Ford Fellow assists in running the university’s Writing Programs and the Writing Workshop. The Fellow’s teaching responsibility includes helping to train the university’s student writing tutors, designing and leading the seminar for veteran tutors, developing workshops and tutoring services for first-year students, and serving as the university’s senior writing tutor.


Kim-Frank Fellowship in the Writing Programs:

The Kim-Frank Fellow assists in running the university’s Writing Programs, has teaching responsibilities, and plays a major role in organizing the Russell House Series of writing music and events. The job offers an opportunity to work with distinguished writers, journalists, and other artists, and to hire and supervise event staff.


Two Ford Fellowships and one Kim-Frank Fellowship will be awarded for the 2014-2015 academic year. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 26th at 4:30 p.m. Find more detailed application information here.


For more information, contact Professor Anne Greene at 860-685-3604 (agreene@wesleyan.edu). Informational interviews will be scheduled once all applications are received. 



Thank you so much for your help! Please let me or Professor Greene know if you have any questions or need more information. 





Ford Fellow in the Writing Programs
103 Downey House
Middletown, CT 06459
(860) 685-2440

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